To provide opportunities for individuals to achieve their maximum potential and contribute to the well being of the larger community.
To achieve this mission, the College provides
-Transfer, general and career education at the lower division level;
-Training and services that contribute to the continuous improvement of the workforce and the quality of life in the region;
-Instruction in basic skills and English as a second language;
-Appropriate support and instructional services to help students succeed at the community college level, to transfer to four-year colleges and universities and/or to transition to work; and
-Life-long learning and community service courses and activities.
Cosumnes River College provides an inclusive learning environment and creates dynamic opportunities for the intellectual growth of students, staff and our community.
To fulfill its mission, the College will provide student access, support academic quality and rigor, and promote student success in an atmosphere of collegiality, cooperation and innovation. To do this, the College:
-Values students’ goals and needs, assesses its performance in meeting those needs, and improves its processes and allocates its resources in response to that assessment;
-Communicates its direction and purpose so all members of the college community understand and support the mission through their work;
-Recognizes the value of seeking input from individuals and/or groups affected by decisions;
-Recognizes that all members of the college community share responsibility for student success;
-Recognizes and values that all college programs and services contribute to student success;
-Fosters a culture where policies, practices, values and behavior promote effective intercultural competence, thereby creating a community that
values all the people who work in it;
-understands the larger community in which it operates;
-embraces its students as valuable members of both the college and extended communities;
-embraces at all levels the process of learning about differences and commonalties; and
-empowers students to be prepared to make a difference in the world;
Supports internal and external accountability to measure the accomplishment of the college mission.
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